It is the goal of the EWPBA to improve the terms and conditions of employment for our members. (EWPBA #191 also endeavors to maintain a strong relationship with the residents and businesses of East Windsor Township.)
Given the high taxes in East Windsor (EW has the 3rd highest effective tax rate in Mercer County) one would think the mayor and council could find a way to increase PD rolls but, alas, that unfortunately has not been the case.
In other news, the Township, in partnership with non-profit corporation American Medicine Chest Challenge, has installed a permanent medicine drop box to provide residents with a safe, convenient and legal option to dispose of unwanted, unused or expired medications on a year-round basis.
The permanent drop box is installed in the lobby of the Police/Court Building (80 One Mile Road) and is accessible to residents on a 24/7 basis . For additional information call (609) 448-5678, ext. 236.
EWPBA #191 also provides financial support to many local, state and national charities including NJ Special Olympics, the awesome East Windsor Police Atheletic League, Hightstown/East Windsor Community Action Service Center, Mercer County Sunshine Foundation and Mercer County Womanspace, to name just a few.
It is through the support of the East Windsor Community that we are able to take an active role in these and many other charities.
Visit the EW PBA's website right here right now and, if you can, shoot a check for donation to the address below. (EWPBA does not solicit by phone.) Please call PBA president Thomas Meyer at (609) 448-5678 (ext. 249) or email the detective at firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you are not a resident or merchant of East Windsor we encourage you to donate to your local police union.)
East Windsor PBA #191
80 One Mile Road
East Windsor, New Jersey 08520
(Please make checks payable to: EWPBA #191)
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